LINCOLN RHYME: HUNT FOR THE BONE COLLECTOR: Russell Hornsby discusses Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Russell Hornsby as Lincoln Rhyme in LINCOLN RHYME: HUNT FOR THE BONE COLLECTOR - Season 1 | ©2019 NBC/Virginia Sherwood

NBC’s LINCOLN RHYME: HUNT FOR THE BONE COLLECTOR, now in its first season on Friday nights, is based on the detective novels by Jeffery Deaver. Russell Hornsby stars as the NYPD detective of the title. Lincoln was rendered quadriplegic by the serial killer known as the Bone Collector (Brian F. O’Byrne) and now has mobility only in one hand. Despite this, Lincoln is determined to track down the murderer. He now has the aid of new NYPD detective Amelia Sachs (Arielle Kebbel) and technology that lets her be Lincoln’s eyes and ears in the field. At the same time, Lincoln […]Read On »

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A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: Actors David Giuntoli and Allison Miller on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Allison Miller is Maggie Bloom in A MILLION LITTLE THINGS - Season 2 | ©2020 FOX/Robert Trachtenberg

In ABC’s A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, now on Thursday nights in its second season, three lifelong best friends – played by David Giuntoli, Romany Malco and James Roday – re-evaluate everything in the wake of the suicide of their comrade Jonathan (Ron Livingston). Giuntoli’s recovering alcoholic character Eddie Saville was having an affair with Jonathan’s wife Delilah (Stephanie Szostak), who has subsequently had Eddie’s child. Eddie has managed to save his marriage to business executive wife Katherine (Grace Park) and remain with their little boy Theo (Tristan Byon). Roday’s Gary, meanwhile, has embarked on a very up-and-down relationship with fellow […]Read On »

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LINCOLN RHYME: HUNT FOR THE BONE COLLECTOR: Actor Michael Imperioli and executive producers Peter Traugott and Rachel Kaplan on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

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NBC’s new Friday-night crime drama LINCOLN RHYME: HUNT FOR THE BONE COLLECTOR is based primarily on the series of novels by Jeffery Deaver, and somewhat on the 1999 feature film adaptation of the first novel, THE BONE COLLECTOR. In LINCOLN RHYME: HUNT FOR THE BONE COLLECTOR, Russell Hornsby plays Rhyme, a former NYPD detective rendered quadriplegic by a serial killer known as the Bone Collector (Brian F. O’Byrne). When it seems the Bone Collector has resumed murdering people, the NYPD arranged for Rhyme to be a consultant on the case. Young detective Amelia Sachs (Arielle Kebbel) acts as his eyes […]Read On »

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THE L WORD: GENERATION Q: Jacqueline Toboni on Season 1 and the end of GRIMM – Exclusive Interview

Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finely in THE L WORD: GENERATION Q - Season 1 | ©2019 Showtime/ Kharen Hill

THE L WORD: GENERATION Q is in its first season on Showtime. The series, about a group of lesbian, queer and trans friends in Los Angeles, is a follow-up to Showtime’s earlier THE L WORD, which ran 2004 through 2009. Three of the original cast members – Jennifer Beals as Bette, Leisha Hailey as Alice, and Katherine Moennig as Shane – are reprising their roles. True to the GENERATION Q part of the title, there are some new faces as well. One of these is Jacqueline Toboni as Sarah Finley, who goes by her last name and works with Hailey’s […]Read On »

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PROVEN INNOCENT: Russell Hornsby talks new legal drama – Exclusive Interview

Russell Hornsby in PROVEN INNOCENT - Season 1 | ©2018 Fox/Michael Becker

In Fox’s new Friday-night drama PROVEN INNOCENT, a group of Chicago-based lawyers work to exonerated wrongfully convicted defendants. Their work is based on the real-life Innocence Project. Russell Hornsby plays Ezekiel “Easy” Boudreau, the leader of the legal group. San Francisco native Hornsby recently won Best Supporting Awards from the African-American Film Critics Association and the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society for his work in the film THE HATE U GIVE and a Black Reel Award for his work in the TV miniseries SEVEN SECONDS. Hornsby played Seattle P.D. detective Hank Griffin (one of the show’s few non-human characters) […]Read On »

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A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: David Giuntoli on Season 1 of his new ABC series and the end of GRIMM – Interview

David Giuntoli in A MILLION LITTLE THINGS - Season 1 | ©2018 ABC/Matthias Clamer

In ABC’s new Wednesday-night drama A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, three Boston-area friends from college forced to reevaluate everything in their lives following the suicide of an apparently successful and happy fourth friend Jonathan (Ron Livington). David Giuntoli plays one of the group, Eddie Saville, a recovering alcoholic who has sublimated his musical ambitions for the sake of family stability with business executive wife Katherine (Grace Park) and their adored young son Theo (Tristan Byon). As Eddie has been carrying on a passionate clandestine affair with Jonathan’s wife Delilah (Stephanie Szostak), he is understandably guilt-stricken, but can’t discuss it with comrades […]Read On »

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GRIMM: Russell Hornsby talks Season 6 fallout – exclusive interview

Russell Hornsby as Hank Griffin in GRIMM | © 2016 Scott Green/NBC

When SAG/AFTRA hosts a Q&A for NBC’s GRIMM, which has its fifth-season finale Friday, April 20, by the time Russell Hornsby gets to the Assignment X section of the red carpet, they’re about ready to pull him inside. Still, the actor, who plays Portland, Oregon police detective Hank Griffin on the show makes time to answer a few questions. Hornsby will also be seen soon in the film adaptation of August Wilson’s play FENCES, directed by and starring Denzel Washington. AX: GRIMM has made it past one hundred episodes and will be going into a sixth season. How surprised or […]Read On »

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GRIMM: Bree Turner chats her role in Season 5 – exclusive interview

Bree Turner as Rosalee Calvert in GRIMM | © 2106 Scott Green/NBC

Approaching the end of its fifth season Fridays at 9 PM and renewed for a sixth, NBC’s GRIMM recently celebrated its hundredth episode. Bree Turner plays Rosalee, a foxlike Fuchsbau. When we met Rosalee way back in Season 1, she was an herbalist who inherited her brother’s quasi-mystical spice shop. Rosalee struck such sparks with Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), a Blutbad watch maker who is also the hero’s best friend, that the writers crafted a romance for the two. Now Rosalee and Monroe are married, but with all the danger swirling around them, they’re hardly settled down. At a SAG/AFTRA […]Read On »

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GRIMM: Reggie Lee on Season 5 – exclusive interview

Reggie Lee as Sergeant Wu in GRIMM | © 2016 Scott Green/NBC

When NBC’s GRIMM, Fridays at 9 PM, recently celebrated its hundredth episode, the cast celebrated in a number of ways, including by speaking to a group of fellow actors at SAG headquarters. Among the panelists is Reggie Lee, who plays Portland, Oregon police Sergeant Wu. Over five seasons of GRIMM, poor Wu was out of the loop for longer than anyone. When he encountered an Aswang – a horrifying Wesen referred to in real-life Filipino mythology – detectives Nick (David Giuntoli), the Grimm of the title, and Hank (Russell Hornsby) let Wu think he was crazy rather than telling him […]Read On »

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GRIMM: Sasha Roiz previews Season 5 storylines – exclusive interview

Grimm - Season 4

NBC’s GRIMM, Fridays at 9 PM, has just celebrated its hundredth episode (number twelve of Season 5). All of the characters are going through turmoil, including Portland police captain and secret Zauberbiest Sean Renard, played from the first episode onward by Sasha Roiz. On the professional front, Renard was asked to use his position to endorse a mayoral candidate, who was assassinated. Now Renard is being pushed to run for mayor himself, by the same cabal behind the killing. On the personal front, Renard has a supernaturally rapidly growing young daughter, Diana, with former lover Adalind (Claire Coffee). Adalind is […]Read On »

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